It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.
On behalf of the Sheridan County Commission, Chairman Terry Cram issued a letter Wednesday to each member of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey, about possibly meeting for the purpose of “clearing the air” on some issues of mutual interest. Commissioner Bob Rolston talks about a few of the issues that they'd like to address with the Council.
RENEW CEO Chris Ahlstrom expressed concern over some of the bills making their way through the legislature. He said the Medicaid bill that's been passed by the House, would allot $20 million dollars in additional funding to the Medicaid waiver dedicated to the 600, plus, or minus, who are on the waiting list for services.
The Wyoming Supreme Court decided not to reconsider its decision in the state superintendent of public instruction case. The court announced Friday that it denied state Attorney General Peter Michael's petition for a rehearing on a split 3-2 vote. It was the same vote by which the court ruled last month that a 2013 law that removed the superintendent as head of the state Department of Education was unconstitutional.